Sustainable Poverty Escapes
Poverty reduction is not a one-way street; some households that escape poverty fall back into it, and some dip in and out of poverty over time.
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Breaking the Cycle of Despair: President Clinton's Initiative on the Horn of Africa
20 Jul 2022 - Report of the U.S. President's Representative
This report makes the case for building resilience in the Horn by addressing root causes of food insecurity within an integrated framework, where relief efforts can become a flexible, creative instrument for...
Youth Engagement in Agricultural Value Chains Across Feed the Future
24 Jun 2022 - Feed the Future Leveraging Economic Opportunities Activity
As global youth populations and unemployment swell to unprecedented levels, it is comforting to imagine the development of a stable, secure and diversified rural economy powered by youth, with trade and services...
Crossfire: Can Effective Programming Approaches to Lift People Over the Poverty Line Focus on Market Systems Alone?
28 Apr 2022 - Enterprise Development & Microfinance, Vol. 33, Issue 1 , Kristin O'Planick , John Meyer
This debate, featured in the latest issue of Enterprise Development & Microfinance, discusses priorities and leverage points for resilience investments.
The Human Capital Index 2020 Update: Human Capital in the Time of COVID-19
11 Apr 2022 - The World Bank Group
Ambitious measures in health, education, and social protection can allow today’s children to surpass the human capital achievements of previous generations.